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June 2019
 
 
 
 
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Housing Appreciation: 
A Historical Look Back in Relation to Today

The Federal Housing Financing Agency has just posted its most recent Home Price Index home price appreciation findings and the results continue to be favorable.

Despite housing running at a slower pace in terms of inventory, correlating “run rates” vis-à-vis units sold, and consumer concerns based upon uncertainty in the global security, trade, and political arenas, housing continues to stay the course.  

Across the U.S., home prices were up 4.9% from February 2018 to February 2019. On a regional breakdown, here is how home price appreciation mapped out over the last two years:

I also thought it would also be interesting to share appreciation in relation to industry cycles. Economic and business cycles have traditionally run in waves ranging, traditionally, anywhere from 7-11 years. Housing has followed these waves and, in the last 3 cycles, has closely aligned with an 11 year cycle. Utilizing the Home Price Index calculator programmed by the FHFA, I was able to capture the approximate current appreciation of a home purchased in 2007 in today’s (2018) value. Our local MSA (Metropolitan Statistical Area) price appreciation results are as follows:

The data demonstrates that housing has held up over time, in the short and the long run. Invariably, there are cycles when appreciation has run faster and higher than at other times. Overall, though, we are seeing strong to outstanding appreciation in home values over a time span that has seen almost unprecedented economic, social, and political influences. Hopefully this is a testament to the strength and value of homeownership.

Happy Summer and Congratulations to all our 2019 Graduates!

 
 
 
 

The Top Rated Garden Centers and Nurseries in the Bay Area

 



Gardening in the Bay Area can be an intimidating endeavor. In San Francisco alone, every neighborhood has its own microclimate. And that doesn’t even take into account the climates found on different sides of the Peninsula, across East Bay and into Marin County. So, how do you keep plants alive? Well, you can start by asking the local experts, and some of these experts have been growing and cultivating here in the Bay Area since 1909. McGuire rounded up some of its favorite garden centers and nurseries where you can find the perfect plants for your garden and your home. Click here to see the full list.

 
 
 
 

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